Campus Diversity: Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

By Mahamadou Sumareh

Staff Writer

In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, FDU held a large event within the SUB, inviting people of all cultures to bond over food, music, and playful raffles. One of the organizers of the event Jocelyn Escareno, a senior business management major and member of Omega Phi Chi Multicultural Sorority Inc, enjoyed the great turnout and outreach, stating that “it feels great that FDU is taking time to appreciate Hispanic culture” and sees the event as a way to “educate people from all cultures.”  

It is evident that the event was both successful and inspiring. Jayla Grady, a sophomore government and politics major and treasurer of the SGA, expressed that “FDU’s diversity is one of the reasons I chose to come here, and they do a great job with events.” We hope to see more events like this for other cultures and occasions. Happy Hispanic Heritage Month!

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Sharing Hispanic culture within our community.

Pictures by Mahamadou Sumareh